These are the simple, unadorned work pots that were found in Victorian era greehouses and conservatories. In their day, they were as ubiquitous as a plastic grower's pot today, and potters threw (and sold) them by the ton.
Seed pans were used for starting seeds in winter and early spring, so that they could be transplanted to larger pots as they grew. Every Victorian greenhouse or conservatory had plenty of these pots.
- Handthrown by Peter in Rockdale, Wisconsin
- Fired to 2000 F°
- Drainage hole allows for direct planting
- Frostproof, will not delaminate due to cold weather, but will crack if allowed to freeze while containing damp soil and plant material.
- Price Includes UPS or USPS shipping to the Continental USA
#6 Seed Pan, Red Terracotta
10" Top Diameter x 5" Tall x 6.5" Base
This pot was fired to 2000 degrees fahrenheit, but care should be taken to not leave the pot outdoors in freezing temperatures.